Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Liquor Ban In Davao Cemeteries Starts October 31 MN

If you are preparing the booze and the food for your cemetery trip this weekend then make sure you leave the booze behind. Bringing and drinking liquor in Davao cemeteries has been prohibited by the Davao City Police and the ban starts on October 31 midnight up to November 1 and 2.

DCPO chief Superintendent Ramon Apolinario said it is not only liquor that is prohibited inside the Davao cemeteries but also bladed weapons and loud music. The DCPO will confiscate bladed weapons and liquors found upon inspection at the cemetery gates.

Apolinario said the DCPO will be closely watching not only the cemeteries but also the Sasa Wharf, the Davao City International Airport and the Davao City Overland Transport Terminal to ensure the safety of the people during the All Saints' and All Souls' Day.

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